September 28, 2017
How should a firm build its systems, people and process to support its effort to scale? In this session we will discuss the key challenges firms face when trying to scale: moving from a tactical opportunistic thinking to a strategic one, from local to global, from short term to long term thinking, and the relationship
between people and processes
Jeffrey A. Keswin Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions; Director of the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology – The Wharton School
Steve Polsky, ENG’86, W’86
Founder and CEO – Juvo
Ravi Viswanathan, ENG’90, WG’98
General Partner – NEA
Joey Zwillinger, WG’10
Co-Founder and Co-CEO – Allbirds
Who Should Attend?
Founders and leaders who are growing their firms and business units
and looking to do it in a scalable manner.
Hors d’oeuvres and drinks included.
Tickets required in advance. No refunds after September 21.
The Wharton Scale School workshop series offers solutions to critical challenges faced by rapidly growing companies. Scale School is your guide as you move beyond initial product-market fit to the creation of a large enterprise of tremendous value.
For additional questions, please contact:
Director, Special Events
Wharton San Francisco